- An Oklahoma police chief issued himself a speeding ticket, saying he was caught on camera and should be held accountable, just like anybody else.
- It’s reported that someone complained about Chief Justin Birch’s speed on 103rd St, Sperry (just north of Tulsa), and sent in footage of the incident.
- In response, Chief Birch said he had a reason for being in a hurry, but his speed (between 75-80mph) was not reasonable.
- Although the chief said he wouldn’t have issued the citation without video footage, he acknowledged he had been caught, apologised and said he’ll pay the $300 ticket.
- Leading by example!